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10 Best MBA Programs for Minting Billionaires

Where should you go to get your MBA if you want to be a billionaire? Likely one of these schools, the top 10 when it comes to number of billionaire alumni. With 64, Harvard University is No. 1 when it comes claiming the most graduates who are now billionaires, according to a ranking by Wealth-X, a high-net-worth intelligence firm. Harvard produced nearly three times more billionaires with MBA degrees than Stanford University, the runner up and more than four times as many as Columbia University, the No. 3 ranked school. Of the 2,325 billionaires in the world, two-thirds have received a tertiary education, with approximately 21% of those getting their MBA degrees. Half of those have obtained their MBA from one of the 10 institutions named on the Wealth-X list. Top universities in the U.S. aren’t the only schools producing billionaires. Three international institutions made the Wealth-X list – France’s INSEAD, Switzerland’s International Institute for Management Development and the London Business School. Curious about the MBA programs that produced the most billionaires? Click through to see which schools can make you filthy rich. 10. London Business School Number of Billionaire MBA Alumni: 4 Notable Billionaire Alumnus: Kumar Mangalam Birla, chairman of Aditya Birla Group, one of the largest conglomerates in India. Net Worth: $9.2 billion. 9. International Institute for Management Development (tied with No. 8, University of Southern California) Number of Billionaire MBA Alumni: 5 Notable Billionaire Alumnus: Susanne Hanna Ursula Klatten, daughter of German industrialist Herbert Quandt. Net Worth: $15.3 billion. 8. University of Southern California (tied) Number of Billionaire MBA Alumni: 5 Notable Billionaire Alumnus: Ivan Glasenberg, CEO of Glencore Xstrata, the Swiss commodity trading and mining company. Net Worth: $5.9 billion. 7. New York University Number...